London

LFW Street Style

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Street style photography is something I have always loved – understandably, as a lover of fashion & aspiring photographer, it is perfect because this niche perfectly blends the two. I love browsing the Styleograph Instagram page and Phil Oh’s street style images for British Vogue. With heading to LFW this February I knew it would be a perfect time to try my hand at capturing street style images.

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I love street style because it can give you the perfect style inspiration, picking out key pieces or trends that you really like and want to try out, but also because the photography can some amazingly bold looks that would most likely only be spotted at Fashion Week against the iconic black walls of 180, The Strand.

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48 Hours at London Fashion Week

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If you read last weeks blog post or follow me on Instagram (@_adamkay_) then you’ll know that earlier this month I was lucky enough to attend London Fashion Week, thanks to my wonderful girlfriend who booked it for us as part of my Christmas present.

I was also extremely lucky to receive tickets for the AW17 Joshua Kane show, held at The London Palladium, and renowned in the press recently as LFW’s biggest show yet! Fashion Week was an amazing experience, for me as a photographer – I was able to photograph a tonne of street style (Available to view on my blog next week!) and as a fashion lover I was able to be at the event and soak it all up but also, see my first fashion show – which was incredible.

You can see everything we got up to at LFW in my video below, I hope you enjoy it…

A Weekend In London

This weekend was mine and Eleanor’s second anniversary; so I treated her to a weekend away in London.  Whilst there we went up the Shard, did a lot of shopping and just enjoyed being away from home.  I had a lovely time and thought I’d share some photos:            

Spontaneous London Adventure

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The memorial is truly amazing and a work of great art. It features thousands of handmade poppies, on metal stakes and they are putting them in the ground all around the Tower of London, until November. If you have chance to go and see this amazing and beautiful memorial I really would recommend it.

I also made a short vlog of the trip, be sure to subscribe for more vlogs just like this…

Spontaneous London Adventure